I am new here and need help please

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My domain is: horizion.net

My web server is (include version): Windows 2012R2

The operating system my web server runs on is (include version): Windows 2012R2

My hosting provider, if applicable, is: myself

I would like to have my email running on https but I do not have any idea I am running Mdaemon and all is fine for me except of the https which I would like a certificate for.

Thanks in advance.
Joseph Azzopardi

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Hi @horizion

start with some basics:

Then select a client and create a certificate:

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Hi Juergen,

Thanks very much for you introduction, I will go through it and get back here, if I will get stuck some where

Thanks
Joseph

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Hi Juergen,

After some digging in the server where I got the Mdaemon installed I found this file in a folder called “letsencrypt” the file is called letsencrypt.ps1

I think it is a power shell command where can I get help on it, it starts like this

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Retrieve Certificate from Lets Encrypt V1.0.9

May 9, 2017

Copyright Alt-N Technologies 2017

This script is designed to retrieve a certificate from LetsEncrypt and then configure Alt-N’s products to use it. This

script is only to be used with Alt-N products. The use of this script for any other purpose or with any other products

is not allowed.

Alt-N Technologies offers no warranty, provides no support, and is not responsible for any damages that may be arise from

the use of this script. Use at your own risk.

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#Example usage: .\LetsEncrypt.ps1 -AlternateHostNames mail.domain.com,imap.domain.com,wc.domain.com -IISSiteName MySite -To “admin@yourdomain.com

param(
[Parameter(Position = 0)]
[string]$AlternateHostNames,
[string]$IISSiteName = “WorldClient”,
[string]$To = “”
)

$error.clear()
$ErrorActionPreference = “SilentlyContinue”

if these variables are not in the global namespace, I saw concurrency issues

$global:ErrorSent = “”
$global:LoggedScriptStarting = “”

#Setting up a global array to store the aliases for Alternate domain names
$global:AlternateHostNameAliases = @()

Maybe you can help me,

Thanks
Joseph

Please select a current client. That client looks too old, may support only ACME-v1, that’s deprecated.

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Thanks very much, it worked! :smiley:
Now it is redirecting to https://mail.horizion.net even if you just type mail.horizion.net.

Regrads,
Joseph

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